The Journal of International Affairs (JIA) is a student-run, peer- and faculty-reviewed undergraduate publication. Since 1985, the JIA has showcased distinguished papers written by students across a range of faculties and departments. Contributing to the JIA affords students an invaluable opportunity to have their work published early in their academic careers.
Registration is now open for LSURC! Check out their website to learn more about attending. They are also looking for volunteers for the event, for students who are interested in a volunteer opportunity.
This is the troupe’s first trip to Vancouver, so this is a very rare opportunity to interact with the actors and see what happens behind-the-scenes. Everyone is welcome to attend, and light refreshments will be provided.
As an organisation, IAFOR’s mission is to promote international exchange, facilitate intercultural awareness, encourage interdisciplinary discussion, and generate and share new knowledge. In 2018, they are excited to launch a major new and ambitious international, intercultural and interdisciplinary research initiative that uses the silk road trade routes as a lens through which to study some of the world’s largest historical and contemporary geopolitical trends, shifts and exchanges.
This online Master of Education in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) is a 30-credit part-time graduate program offered through the Department of Language & Literacy Education (LLED).
The Call for Papers deadline for the Language Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference has been extended to Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 11:59. Those who are interested are encouraged to apply!
Are you considering a Master’s Degree in South Asian studies? The University of Washington, Seattle may be the place for you! Here’s three reasons why.
This seminar will examine these issues and more, with visits from some of the world’s leading intellectuals on the liberal order including Edward Luce, Francis Fukuyama, Susan Rice, Steven Pinker, Anne-Marie Slaughter, and others. Deadline Extended! Please complete the Lind Initiative Seminar Application Form by Sunday, December 3, 2017.
Langara is pleased to once again offer the popular interdisciplinary field study program to Asia in 2018. This time, we are going to Korea and China! The program will be in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Seoul, and Busan. This is an exciting opportunity to travel there and learn about both their business and cultural aspects.
The Chinese Government is offering scholarships for eligible British Columbia (B.C.) students to